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Index Of Old English Words, Affixes, Andcollocations Discussed

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This index presents a list of Old English words, affixes, and collocations that occur in this book titled Heroic Identity in the World of Beowulf. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. Although Beowulf exclusively treats pre-Christian Germanic figures, its references to Cain, a flood, and heathen devil-worship, not to mention a host of ostensibly Christian words, idioms, and collocations, presuppose a poet familiar with, but not necessarily steeped in, Christian doctrine.

Keywords: Beowulf; Christian words; collocations



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